Georgia South Family Medicine Residency at Colquitt Regional Medical Center is located in Moultrie, Georgia. Accredited by the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) and the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), Georgia South has built a program that adheres to both accrediting entities and plans on incorporating Osteopathic Recognition in the near future. The program offers a unique opportunity for residents to train in an unopposed program working side-by-side with practicing physicians in the area, designing a hands-on experience for each resident.
Colquitt Regional Medical Center is a 151-bed hospital that underwent a major renovation and expansion in 2014. The improved campus features a 24-bed Emergency Department, State-of-the-Art Surgical Center equipped with the Da Vinci Minimally Invasive Surgical System, a 10 bed ICU with all private rooms, and a new Cath Lab allowing our physicians to utilize the latest technology for patient care. In 2016 another renovation was completed enlarging the Diagnostic Imaging Department and installing a new 128-slice CT Scanner.
Colquitt Regional was the only hospital in Georgia to be recognized nationally as a 2017 Top Rural Hospital by the Leap Frog Group and has consistently received an “A” grade for their Hospital Safety Score. Over 25 specialties are represented within their medical staff and 10 new physicians have joined Colquitt Regional in the past year. Great things are happening at Colquitt Regional and the Georgia South Family Medicine Residency Program invites you to learn more about the first new program of its kind to be offered in South Georgia in two decades.
We are shaping health care quality and access across the region, come join us!
We are a diverse community of learners committed to providing compassionate and comprehensive primary care to the rural and underserved communities of South Georgia through a training program for residents and students that aims to be both rigorous and personally fulfilling.
Our main goal is to train physicians in the full breadth of primary care to serve rural communities in Georgia; yet feel confident that our graduates have both the clinical acumen as well as the independent learning skills to provide basic health care for all people anywhere in the country or around the world.
Central to our program is the incorporation of individuality to each residents training. We have developed a strong, unified didactic experience as well as a unique learning experience beyond the basic required rotations.
We hope to develop our residents into compassionate, well-trained family physicians who can contribute their skills to providing excellent medical care to rural populations. For more information on our Curriculum, please see the charts below:
As teaching physicians, we take our role as Faculty members very seriously. As medicine continues to change, we must keep current with quality measures, patient satisfaction trends and best practice recommendations. In doing so, we are able to provide our Residents with the skills they need to treat and care for their patients and the community.
Southeastern University of Health Sciences/COM
University of South Florida
Board Certified, American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians
Georgia South Family Medicine Residency Center
9 Hospital Park
Moultrie, Georgia 31768
Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Via Christi Family Medicine Residency
Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences College of Osteopathic Medicine
William Penn University
Colquitt Regional Medical Center
3131 South Main Street
O: (229) 985-3420
Board Certified, American Board of Family Medicine
Ph.D. Counseling Psychology Florida State University
Masters Clinical Psychology Radford University
Emory and Henry College
University of Georgia
University of Georgia Ph.D. in Reproductive Physiology
Post-doctorate training: Rockefeller Foundation Fellow, Department of Ob & Gyn, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
At UVA (1976-2008) I did research and teaching in the basic science of male reproductive function, particularly with relation to male fertility and infertility. Using my basic science investigations as a base, I trained Urology residents in research methods and techniques, was Director of Resident’s research in the Urology Department for many years, and was the Director of an NIH Training grant for post-doctorate and post-residency fellows.
The role of scholarly activity in a medical residency program is to give young physicians an experience with the pursuit of curiosity, the methods of intellectual rigor, and the excitement of discovery.
As valued members of our team, residents are paid a competitive salary and are eligible for our extensive technology, educational and health benefits.
Residents are paid a progressive salary. In addition, first-year residents receive a $2,000 moving and transition allowance.
Residents have access to a variety of educational and licensing benefits:
Book and Continuing Medical Education (CME) allowance:
Paid memberships to the following professional organizations:
Our residents enjoy the following insurance and health benefits:
Health and dental insurance available for residents and their families Flexible spending accounts
In addition, residents also receive the following job-related benefits:
Thank you for your interest in our Family Medicine Residency Program. We participate in the ERAS application process. If you have questions regarding the program, please contact:
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